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Capitol dome gets $1 million spa treatment

August 7, 2012
OLYMPIA, WA — The cleaning project is estimated to cost just over $1 million and will be completed before winter hits.
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Custodian resigns after allegedly assaulting teacher

August 7, 2012
DARIEN, CT — Robert Munro was arrested and faces two misdemeanor charges of breach of peace and lying to police for his supposed role in grabbing the wrist of a teacher and causing a hairline fracture.
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Custodian a Disneyland fixture

August 6, 2012
ANAHEIM, CA — Forty-eight years ago, Mike Larson''s first job consisted of pushing a "honey bucket" to clean up the messes Disneyland''s carriage horses left behind.
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Helicopter transports custodian after fall

August 6, 2012
MANALAPAN, NJ — A helicopter was needed to transport a custodian to Robert Wood Johnson hospital after he fell at Pine Brook School.
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Mold continues to plague campus

August 6, 2012
ST. CHARLES, IL — Getting rid of mold at St. Charles East High School has been the most costly health concern in the history of St. Charles Unit District 303.
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Cleaning crew makes gruesome discovery

August 6, 2012
ALPHARETTA, GA — The cleaning crew responsible for cleaning out a vacant townhome made a bizarre and gruesome discovery in the course of their labors.
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Cintas to appear on 'Hotel Impossible'

August 6, 2012
DAYTONA, FL — The Cintas Corporation has announced it will appear on an upcoming episode of the new Travel Channel series "Hotel Impossible."
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Union decides to suspend civil disobedience

August 6, 2012
HOUSTON, TX — After numerous arrests and urging from supportive religious leaders, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has suspended civil disobedience protests in support of Houston janitors.
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CDC reports new cases of swine flu

August 6, 2012
ATLANTA — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have reported 12 additional human infections with influenza A (H3N2) variant virus in three states: Hawaii (one case), Ohio (10 cases) and Indiana (one case).
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IAQA elects new officers and directors

August 6, 2012
ROCKVILLE, MD — The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) board of directors held its annual election of officers for the 2012-2013 term at their meeting in Westford, Massachusetts, on August 2, 2012.
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